Bobby On The Loose!


The gloves come off
September 4, 2008, 5:01 pm
Filed under: Republican National Convention

Admittedly, the gloves came off last night and many of the speeches by the keynote speakers criticized Barack Obama.  The big guns of Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, and Rudy Giuliani all threw punches at Obama, but I still think that they balanced it well with complimenting and promoting John McCain and Sarah Palin.  Rudy spoke right before Sarah Palin, and really got the crowd fired up with a very entertaining speech.  But when the Governor of Alaska was announced, the roof nearly flew off the arena.  The place erupted with cheers and excitement as Sarah Palin took the stage.  With millions of people watching around the world (perhaps even more than watched Barack Obama a week ago), she delivered a phenomenal speech that surely gained the attention of Republican, Independents, and Democrats alike. 

Following her speech, I ran the digital camera cards to the darkroom, and then I realized that she was likely to walk by.  I waited there for about fifteen minutes, and then she was in sight.  As she walked down the hallway, she shook every persons hand.  She stopped right in front of me and started talking to the Congressman that I was standing next to.  I took a great picture of her, and her husband and child are also in the background.  Then she came to me, I was able to shake her hand as well.  To me, this reveals her genuine and sincere personality and her ability to relate to the common person, and is why I think she is going to win John McCain this election!

Sound bite of the day: “You wanna know the difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull…the lipstick!” -Sarah Palin

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